POWER

A bit of CANDU may be needed to get nuclear power into Australia

THE most populous province in Canada managed to turn off coal power completely within just 11 years and go green. How? A bit of CANDU.

The Bruce Nuclear Generating Station is the world's largest nuclear power plant.

The Bruce Nuclear Generating Station is the world's largest nuclear power plant.

CANDU stands for Canadian Deuterium Uranium, a type of reactor that uses natural uranium as its fuel. Canadians for Nuclear Energy president Dr Chris Keefer believes Australia could learn from Ontario's...

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